Unique hostess gift

by Lynn KirkOct 20, 2021

uniques hostess gift


Whether you’ve been invited to someone’s home for dinner or their beach house for a weekend getaway, a unique hostess gift is always appropriate (and yes, even expected in this day and time). The same applies for winter gatherings, housewarmings, and holiday parties.

So once again, you need a unique hostess gift. Sure, you can take another bottle of wine, but you did that last time (and really, how unique is that?). It will just be added to their wine rack and/or be gone in one brief setting. And then there is the age-old tradition of fresh flowers, but a bouquet causes a fuss till just-the-right vase is found, plus the flowers’ lifetime is no time. How about a box of candy? Well, with all the hype about fitness and wellness, it might be best to avoid sugar and such.

Succulent Market has your answer – actually hundreds of them -- and each is a unique hostess gift! Our website features page after page of color photos of every type of succulent and cactus you can imagine. You can browse types, colors, and forms with the click of a mouse (how’s that for little time and effort?).  And the cost$ run the gamut, so one is sure to fit your budget.

Gosh, there are even 14 different "potted collections" that double as a unique hostess gift. Check them out! 

 Or, if you really want to show your gratitude, order an artistic dish garden. It says “thanks” in a special way while doubling as a unique hostess gift and distinctive centerpiece for home or office.

Tip: Show your appreciation by ordering ahead and having your gift delivered the week of the special event, while your hostess is finishing up the final touches. And while you’re working on your order, why not start your holiday gift list? 

Succulent plants are easy to grow and hard to forget. That’s why they continue to be the ideal gift, time and again! 


                                       Emily Post Etiquette

Q. What kind of gift should I bring for my host?

A. It doesn’t have to be elaborate or expensive; simply consider the nature of the occasion and local custom when making your choice.                 

                 Reference: https://emilypost.com/advice/should-i-bring-a-hostess-gift